Theatre Horizon announces innovative new Art Houses initiative

-Courtesy of Bryan Buttler Media Relations, LLC -Photo by Matthew J. Photography Theatre Horizon, a professional theatre company located in Norristown, Pennsylvania, is proud to announce the launch of a first-of-its-kind artistic program which will help households develop and share their own family stories with their communities.  The Art Houses initiative, developed by Theatre Horizon Artistic Director Nell Bang-Jensen, will pair professional theatre artists with … Continue reading Theatre Horizon announces innovative new Art Houses initiative

Forgotten Lore’s “Illimitable Dominion” is a haunting hit at FringeArts Festival 2020

-Marialena Rago After more than six months of no theater to experience, I was beyond excited to be in the audience for Forgotten Lore Theatre’s Illimitable Dominion, an immersive experience that is a part of the 2020 FringeArts Festival. It was my first time seeing a show in the Philly Fringe Festival, which is a contemporary visual arts festival that features four weeks of performances … Continue reading Forgotten Lore’s “Illimitable Dominion” is a haunting hit at FringeArts Festival 2020

Anthony’s Italian Coffee & Chocolate House hosting National Coffee Day Celebration to Support Children with Dyslexia.

Anthony’s Italian Coffee & Chocolate House (903 S. 9th Street in the Italian Market) announces their signature National Coffee Day celebration on Saturday, September 26th, 2020 with an all-day fundraising effort to support children with Dyslexia.  This all-day event compliments the company’s fundraising efforts through their “Coffee for a Cause” initiative. The 2020-2021 beneficiary is Our Lady of Hope Regional School in Blackwood, NJ, supporting … Continue reading Anthony’s Italian Coffee & Chocolate House hosting National Coffee Day Celebration to Support Children with Dyslexia.

2020 Sundance Documentary US KIDS will stop in Philadelphia September 8th at PFS Drive-In at the Navy Yard

Award winning documentary Us Kids multi-city drive-in screening series in partnership with March for Our Lives to mobilize youth civic engagement will stop in Philadelphia on Tuesday, September 8. The screening will feature a live pre-screening conversation with Director Kim A. Snyder and special guests, including social activist Bria Smith and social activist (and Philadelphia resident) Khaliah Ali Wertheimer. Sparked by the plague of gun violence ravaging their … Continue reading 2020 Sundance Documentary US KIDS will stop in Philadelphia September 8th at PFS Drive-In at the Navy Yard

STUDY HALL comedy show, featuring Drexel University professor Michael Yudell, goes online

Courtesy of Bryan Buttler Media Relations, LLC Photo by Sam Abrahamas Study Hall Comedy Inspired by Lectures, one of Philadelphia’s longest-running improv comedy shows, combines lectures and laughs in one fantastic hour never seen before and never to be seen again. Drexel University’s Professor Michael Yudell and guests from all over the world provide a lecture on a wide variety of topics and the amazingly … Continue reading STUDY HALL comedy show, featuring Drexel University professor Michael Yudell, goes online

Wilma Theater launches new digital production, CODE BLUE

Courtesy of Bryan Buttler Media Relations, LLC COVER IMAGE: Anthony Martinez-Briggs and Ross Beschler in CODE BLUE. Photo by Kristin Finger   The Wilma Theater in Philadelphia is pleased to announce the release of a new digital performance which takes its inspiration from absurdist theater (such as Beckett’s NOT I) and the Wilma HotHouse Company’s bold physical performance style, all recorded on iPhones.  CODE BLUE, … Continue reading Wilma Theater launches new digital production, CODE BLUE

Arden Theatre Company announces 2021 Season

Courtesy of Bryan Buttler Media Relations, LLC Feature photo: Katharine Powell as Blanche and Akeem Davis as Mitch in A Streetcar Named Desire. Photo by Wide Eyed Studios   The Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia has spent considerable time looking at how they can safely move forward with a 2020/21 season. As the company reviews different options and numerous paths forward, their guiding principle is … Continue reading Arden Theatre Company announces 2021 Season

A Legitimate Hole in One

Local Guy on Par with ABC’s Extreme Miniature Golf Series Holey Moley by Mark Casasanto Feature photo by David Laporte on behalf of Eureka Productions. Other photos courtesy of Nick Contino. Full disclosure, I love stupid stuff that makes me laugh. Actually, I think that I used that line once in an online dating profile… It didn’t work. Anyway, trust me here, I mean no … Continue reading A Legitimate Hole in One

The Leader of the Flock: Philadelphia welcomes Archbishop Nelson Perez home

By Mark Casasanto  Mass of Installation photographed by Sarah Webb on behalf of CatholicPhilly.com This feature story was intended for placement in our Summer 2020 edition. Given the timing and nature of some content as it relates to the state of current events, we decided to post portions of this interview here on our blog. Our ongoing interview with Archbishop Perez will continue in the upcoming … Continue reading The Leader of the Flock: Philadelphia welcomes Archbishop Nelson Perez home

Kimmel Cultural Campus celebrates Mother’s Day social distance-style with “Kimmel’s Music for Mom”

Public invited to submit their mom to win a personalized, one-of-a-kind “Mom-inspired song” written and performed by Kimmel Residency artists and delivered via video for Mother’s Day The Kimmel Cultural Campus announces a Mother’s Day celebration – social distance-style in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis. Philadelphia is encouraged to share what makes their moms so special and three lucky moms will be selected to … Continue reading Kimmel Cultural Campus celebrates Mother’s Day social distance-style with “Kimmel’s Music for Mom”